In Part III of "Remembering Rosenblatt," hear what people have to say about parting ways with the beloved old ballpark.

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About the guys who put this together...

Matt Brown is an award-winning photographer who has shot every major sporting event over the past decade including, but not limited to, the College World Series, Super Bowls, the NBA Finals, the Stanley Cup Finals, the World Cup, the Olympics and the MLB World Series. His artful eye can be seen regularly in Sports Illustrated and ESPN the Magazine as well as with MLB.com. Brown is also the Cal State Fullerton team photographer and has made six trips to Omaha with the Titans' baseball team for the College World Series, and one with the Titans' basketball team during the first round of the NCAA postseason at the Qwest Center Omaha. Brown has led workshops for Nikon and the Sports Shooter Academy, and has also been the keynote speaker at many university and media events. Brown resides in Fullerton, Calif., with his wife, Antoinette, and their three sons, Grant, Malcolm and Willem.

Mike Greenlee is in his seventh season as the Cal State Fullerton baseball sports information director (SID), and is starting his 14th season overall working with the Fullerton media relations staff. Greenlee is in a unique position as an SID, having also been coached by three of the Titans' four Div. I head coaches in Augie Garrido, George Horton and Dave Serrano. He was an All-Big West Conference relief pitcher for the Titans in 1997 and a redshirting member of the 1995 national championship squad. Greenlee did not get to Omaha until 2006 as a university employee, but is now a veteran of three trips to the College World Series at Rosenblatt Stadium. Greenlee resides in Buena Park, Calif., with his wife, Alexis, and their daughter, Lauren.

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